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FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – Broward County is joining the rest of the state in getting stern with businesses that violate emergency orders set to prevent spreading coronavirus. The county announced a new order, effective Friday, that outlines penalties to non-compliant businesses. Repeat violators could be fined up to $15,000. The rules in Broward’s new order …

The first step for the NBA in resuming the 2019-20 season was figuring out a schedule and format. They settled on inviting 22 teams to Orlando and having all of them play eight “seeding” games before beginning the playoffs. If necessary, there will be a mini play-in tournament for the eighth seed in each conference, …

The Coweta County Sheriff’s Office recently received a grant of $24,310 from the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety. The GOHS Technology Grant helped the sheriff’s office purchase 22 new in-car computers for the patrol division. The mission of the Coweta County Sheriff’s Office is to provide the highest level of professional law enforcement service to …

San Luis Obispo County SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. – Officers could be seen breaking up crowds of protesters at Santa Rosa and Walnut streets in San Luis Obispo. The large group protest began around 2 p.m. Monday afternoon at Santa Rosa and Walnut and lasted about six hours. NewsChannel 12 is on the scene and …

ORLANDO, Fla. – After months of closures due to the coronavirus, the city of Orlando is welcoming a few friendly fowl back to Lake Eola. As of Monday, guests can once again take Swan Boats back out onto the water. Lake Eola Swan Boats reopen June 1st! Adjusted operating hours of 11 am to 6 …

Britain’s foreign secretary, Dominic Raab, went on the Sunday morning talk shows to defend his government’s plan to unlock the lockdown in England, even as some top scientific advisers warn there may be too much loosening, too soon. Britain, like most of Europe, is seeing plummeting hospital admissions and deaths due to the novel coronavirus, …

EASTON, Pa. – A sports apparel maker in Easton, Northampton County is one of the businesses that has switched to making products to help health care workers during the coronavirus pandemic. Fanatics shifted from making baseball jerseys to safety masks and gowns for health care workers, according to Governor Tom Wolf’s office. Textile manufacturer Gitman Brothers …

Momentum is building at the White House for another round of stimulus checks, with President Donald Trump saying this week, “I think we’re going to be helping people out” and “getting some money for them.” A number of issues need to be negotiated in Congress about what form the next relief package takes, but the …

At PITT OHIO, safety isn’t something you get from a new part, a more advanced technology, or a training class: It’s an ongoing pursuit and a driving philosophy that requires participation at all levels and partners who share your commitment. “Our goal is to do the right thing every day on and off the road, …

A Purdue University alumnus is using technology his team created to improve school safety to help fight the spread of COVID-19. (Image provided) Download image WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – A Purdue University alumnus now is using technology his team created to improve school safety to help fight the spread of COVID-19. Daniel Lee, who received …